Funding: Developing Higher Education in FE

Developing Higher Education in FE

‘LSIS is pleased to announce the opportunity for PRD* groups to access funding for peer reviews and/or collaborative development activity relating to Higher Education in FE (HE in FE).

Funding , up to a maximum of £5000, is available to a limited number of PRD groups where at least one member has significant HE in FE provision. The funding can be used flexibly, either for additional reviews or for other collaborative activity, to develop or revise strategies for the development of HE in FE. LSIS would expect to see evidence of changes in approaches towards HE in FE as a result of this funding in order that we can develop case studies based on a range of successful outcomes. Your commitment in return for this funding would be to provide to one brief interim report in March 2012 and a final report in July 2012, and to contribute to the creation of the case study….’

[*PRD = Peer Review Development]

Deadline for applications is November 4th, 2011.

See the LSIS site for more information [scroll down the page to get to the relevant section]

NB If interested in this call, you might be interested in the resource developed by the HELP CETL  (HE Learning Partnerships Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning).  It includes two case studies from the South West of England.

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About intouchwithhe

Keeping in touch with HE: for HE in FE / HE staff. Oriented towards: *Staff Development - esp. relating to teaching, learning and scholarship. *Supporting student transition to HE level study and their engagement / progression. *Policy updates that have impact on the sector. *Links to partners and partner activities (like the Higher Education Academy)
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